Stacey, Margaret

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STACEY, Margaret

STACEY, Margaret. British, b. 1922. Genres: Medicine/Health, Sociology, Women's studies and issues. Career: University of Warwick, Professor Emeritus of Sociology, 1989- (Professor, 1974-89). University College of Swansea Wales, Lecturer, 1963-70, Sr. Lecturer, 1970-74. British Sociological Association, President, 1981-83. Publications: Tradition and Change: A Study of Banbury, 1960; Methods of Social Research, 1969; (with M. Price) Women Power and Politics, 1981; The Sociology of Health and Healing: A Text Book, 1988; Regulating British Medicine: The General Medical Council, 1992. EDITOR: Comparability in Social Research, 1969; Hospitals, Children and Their Families, 1970; Power, Persistence, and Change: A Second Study of Banbury, 1974; Sociology of the National Health Service, 1976; (co) Health and the Division of Labour, 1977; (co) Health Care and Health Knowledge, 1977; (co) Beyond Separation: Further Studies of Children in Hospital, 1979; (co) Concepts of Health, Illness, and Healing, 1986; Changing Human Reproduction: Social Science Perspectives. Also writes as Meg Stacey. Died 2004.